The decorative Fatnoma marble panel, inspired by ancient
Greece, is a work reminiscent of the elegance and refinement
of the classical temples. ‘Fatnoma’ is the Greek name for the
‘coffered roof of the temple’, a detail that gave the temple an aura
of grandeur and nobility.
This element, elongated, repeated over again and enriched
with grooves is reminiscent of the columns and trabeations and
gives the entire panel an atmosphere of ancient magnificence,
perfectly encapsualting the bond between art and history, and
elegance and grandeur.
Crafted in Bianco Avorio with inserts in Bianco Fenice, Pietra
Pece, Verde Alpi and Bardiglio Imperiale, the Fatnoma panel is
an elegantly understated and timeless work that fits perfectly into
As Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote, ‘Antiquity is the eternal
present; everything we see today already had its form in the past’.
tiles a 10×60 cm, b 30×60 cm, c 30×60 cm
Bianco Avorio, Bianco Fenice, Pietra Pece
Verde Alpi, Bardiglio Imperiale